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SSE researchers highlight online visual merchandising in new report

SSE researchers highlight online visual merchandising in new report

Nyheter   •   Sep 27, 2017 09:43 CEST

Despite the rapid growth of online retailing there is still not much knowledge about how retailers should best display products online. A new research report, authored by researchers at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) and the Swedish Research Institute (RISE), addresses this research gap.

Ny modell förklarar och mäter effekten av marknadsföringssatsningar

Ny modell förklarar och mäter effekten av marknadsföringssatsningar

Nyheter   •   Sep 22, 2017 15:38 CEST

​Handelsforskaren Erik Modig fokuserar sin forskning på hur kommunikation påverkar beslut. Han presenterar nu en ny modell ”Påverkansmatrisen”, som är ett praktiskt verktyg för att jämföra mätvärden och ge insikt om vilken typ av kommunikation varje enskilt varumärke bör satsa på.

Permanent artwork by Lina Selander and Oscar Mangione at SSE

Permanent artwork by Lina Selander and Oscar Mangione at SSE

Nyheter   •   Apr 25, 2017 10:39 CEST

​SSE Art Initiative is proud to present the unveiling of a new permanent video installation by Lina Selander and Oscar Mangione at the Stockholm School of Economics library. Lina Selander is one of the most renowned contemporary Swedish artists and in her new work she continues her experimental investigations into psychosocial history, value systems and memory.

Pressinbjudan: Årets Female Economist of the Year koras den 6 februari

Pressinbjudan: Årets Female Economist of the Year koras den 6 februari

Nyheter   •   Feb 01, 2017 16:46 CET

Stipendiet Female Economist of the Year delas ut för sextonde året i rad till en framstående kvinnlig student vid Handelshögskolan i Stockholm.

Temporary work of art at SSE

Temporary work of art at SSE

Nyheter   •   Jan 25, 2017 09:28 CET

Misum is hosting a seminar today on sustainable consumption. During the night, Patrik Qvist, the artist, created a temporary work of art intended to widen our perspective on the seminar's theme: sustainable consumption.

Invitation to an analysis of the US election - "What just happened in America?"

Invitation to an analysis of the US election - "What just happened in America?"

Nyheter   •   Nov 22, 2016 10:58 CET

​The Stockholm School of Economics invites you to an analysis of the US election and what it means for climate change/COP 21, international trade and global security on November 25, 2016.

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Handelsstudenter diskuterar finansmarknadens ansvar för globala utmaningar

Nyheter   •   Okt 07, 2016 07:00 CEST

På Handelshögskolan presenteras idag hur Ålandsbanken utvecklat ett bankindex som gör det möjligt att få fram CO2-utsläpp kopplat till ekonomisk transaktion, världens första bankindex för automatisk klimatpåverkan per transaktion. Projektet presenteras på ett seminarium som inleds av Finansmarknads- och konsumentminister Per Bolund och ingår i det nya utbildningsspåret Global Challenges*.

Stockholm School of Economics is Sweden's most international University

Stockholm School of Economics is Sweden's most international University

Nyheter   •   Sep 26, 2016 15:37 CEST

​According to the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT), which today published its Internationalisation Index, the Stockholm School of Economics is Sweden’s most international university.

SSE and KI in unique research about the contraceptive pill

SSE and KI in unique research about the contraceptive pill

Nyheter   •   Aug 29, 2016 15:56 CEST

In an ongoing research project, researchers at the Stockholm School of Economics and Karolinska Institutet (KI) investigate how women's well-being and economic decision making is affected by the pill. The method is a double-blind randomized study with about 340 participants.

SSE increases its engagement with Chinese partners and universities

SSE increases its engagement with Chinese partners and universities

Nyheter   •   Jun 20, 2016 16:37 CEST

SSE aims to lift its international position within business, economics and law by offering educational opportunities to potential students. We have recently had several opportunities to interact with various Chinese partners and universities.

Two SSE researchers elected new members of the Young Academy of Sweden

Two SSE researchers elected new members of the Young Academy of Sweden

Nyheter   •   Maj 31, 2016 17:17 CEST

Anna Dreber Almenberg, Associate Professor at the Department of Economics and Karl Wennberg, Professor at the Department of Management are two of the eight new members presented at The Young Academy of Sweden’s fifth anniversary.

Unga forskare från Handelshögskolan invalda i Sveriges Unga Akademi

Unga forskare från Handelshögskolan invalda i Sveriges Unga Akademi

Nyheter   •   Maj 31, 2016 17:16 CEST

Anna Dreber Almenberg, Docent vid the Department of Economics och Karl Wennberg, Professor vid the Department of Management välkomnades som några av Sveriges mest framstående yngre forskare in i Sveriges Unga Akademi på akademins 5-årsdag.

Stora risker med bristande dataskydd

Stora risker med bristande dataskydd

Nyheter   •   Feb 15, 2016 15:33 CET

En ny undersökning från Handelshögskolan visar att kunder reagerar starkt negativt på bristande dataskydd, exempelvis vidareförsäljning eller -förmedling av kunddata. Av 13 undersökta ageranden är det bara bristande kontroll av underleverantörers eventuella användande av barnarbete som de reagerar mer negativt på.

Comment on the Nobel Prize in Economics 2015

Comment on the Nobel Prize in Economics 2015

Nyheter   •   Okt 14, 2015 17:21 CEST

​The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2015 was awarded to Angus Deaton "for his analysis of consumption, poverty, and welfare". Martina Björkman Nyqvist, Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics, is very happy about the choice of this year’s winner, who is a leading researcher in her field of research - Development Economics.

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​Responsibility for Competitiveness – SSE's first progress report to PRME

Nyheter   •   Jul 07, 2015 14:11 CEST

Stockholm School of Economics became a member of PRME* 2013 and has now submitted its first progress report to the Secretariat. It includes information on development since signing up to PRME as well as the goals for the coming 24 months in line with PRM’s six principles.

'Drowning Sailors' - new art installation at SSE

'Drowning Sailors' - new art installation at SSE

Nyheter   •   Jun 29, 2015 10:34 CEST

'Drowning sailor' a work by the renowned artist Truls Melin, has been donated to the Stockholm School of Economics and is placed in the school’s Atrium.

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New report: Stockholm FinTech

Nyheter   •   Jun 25, 2015 16:37 CEST

The new report by SSE researchers shows that investments in Swedish Fintech companies increased sharply last year. Stockholm is one of Europe's largest hubs for the financial technology sector according to the report "Stockholm FinTech - An overview of the FinTech sector in the greater Stockholm Region' .

​SSE’s Master in Finance ranked 12th best in the world

​SSE’s Master in Finance ranked 12th best in the world

Nyheter   •   Jun 23, 2015 12:21 CEST

The Financial Times (FT) are ranking the best Finance Masters program from around the world. This SSE’s Master in Finance was ranked as 12th best in the world, moving up one place from 2014.

Lottery ticket program to prevent HIV makes young people practice safe sex

Lottery ticket program to prevent HIV makes young people practice safe sex

Nyheter   •   Maj 25, 2015 13:57 CEST

​Martina Björkman Nyqvist, Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics at SSE, is one of the researchers who has studied if lottery tickets can be an incentive to practice safe sex as a means to prevent HIV in the African nation of Lesotho. In the study, funded by the World Bank, a group of researchers has observed a significant reduction in HIV rates through behavioral intervention.

Lottery ticket program to prevent HIV makes young people practice safe sex

Lottery ticket program to prevent HIV makes young people practice safe sex

Nyheter   •   Maj 19, 2015 16:53 CEST

Martina Björkman Nyqvist, Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics at SSE, is one of the researchers who has studied if lottery tickets can be an incentive to practice safe sex as a means to prevent HIV in the African nation of Lesotho.